Movie Review: The Fault in Our Stars

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

The Fault in Our Stars
Genre: Drama | Romance
Rated: PG-13
Time: 126 min
Release Date: June 6, 2014
Director: Josh Boone
Writers: Scott Neustadter (Screenplay) , Micheael H. Weber  (Screenplay), John Green (Author)
Starring: Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort, and Nat Wolff (Full cast and crew HERE)

Two teens, both who have different cancer conditions, fall in love after meeting at a cancer support group.
Oi... I have been putting this movie off for some time now. I remember when my sister called me and asked if I've watched TFiOS and I'm all... uhmm... naah. And she said it was the best worst movie she's ever seen. And I'm sitting here like... so... I don't know if that's a good thing or a bad thing... and well, I've got to agree with her! The BEST-WORST movie EVER! EVERRRR!!! I couldn't stop crying. GEEEEZ. Like, straight up tear nation going on all over my damned face.

The only reason why I was pushing this movie off is because I 'm not a big fan of Shailene Woodley (Hazel) and I only say that because I absolutely hated The Secret Life of An American Teenager (that's the name of that show on ABC Family, right?) Anywho... I absolutely loathed that show, I thought it was horrible. Which is horrible of me to nix all movies with actors from that show, but I did.. BUT I watched Divergent and I thought she did an amazing job, and I finally got HBO so of course I Watch TFiOS and I was just blown away.

I thought the characters were amazing and the story itself was great. I adored Shailene and Ansel (Gus), and btw, who wouldn't want to want a boyfriend like Gus? I thought Sam Trammell (Michael - Hazel's father) had it right when he said, "It was a privilege to love him". That was just... YES! YEESH. and by saying that I know I've ruined the movie. fml. sorry! haha. The love story is one to rival all love stories. No lie. Ahh.

I'm done. I'm just going to rave about this over and over... just... go watch it. GO WATCH IT RIGHT MEOW!!


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  1. I listened to the book before I went to see the movie, so I knew what to expect. I thought they did a terrific job bringing all the emotions to the big screen.
    I'm glad you enjoyed it, if we can call crying to death enjoyment ;)

  2. well that sounds depressing...crying to death. I didn't see the movie, I'll have to check it out one of these days

  3. I enjoyed the movie, but ahhh the feels :(

  4. ya'll making me sad just thinking about watching this movie :(

  5. Which is why I haven't seen this yet. I hate crying!! I refuse to cry! I will not cry!

  6. I with you Braine...not gonna do it